Skip to main content

Let There Be Light


Published 1946
Topics FedFlix, ntis.gov


United States Army

Let There Be Light
AVA04168VNB! - PMF 5019 - 1946

About 20% of all battle casualties in the American Army during World War II were of a neuropsychiatric nature.

The special treatment methods shown in this film, such as hypnosis and narcosynthesis, have been particularly successful in acute cases, such as battle neurosis. Equal success is not to be expected when dealing with peacetime neuroses which are usually of a chronic nature.

No scenes were staged. The cameras merely recorded what took place in an Army Hospital.


Run time 58' 05"
Producer U.S. Army
Audio/Visual sound, color
Language English

Credits

Uploaded by Public.Resource.Org under a joint venture with NTIS.

Written and Directed by John Huston

"To protect the privacy of the soldiers appearing in LET THERE BE LIGHT, their names have been deleted."

Reviews

There are no reviews yet. Be the first one to write a review.
PEOPLE ALSO FOUND
FedFlix
by National Archives and Records Administration
730
0
0
FedFlix
by National Archives and Records Administration
698
0
1
( 1 reviews )
FedFlix
by National Archives and Records Administration
240
0
0
FedFlix
by National Archives and Records Administration
362
1
0
FedFlix
by House Oversight Committee
28
0
0
FedFlix
by Federal Judicial Center
13
0
0
FedFlix
by New Mexico State University
22
0
0
FedFlix
by House Oversight Committee
57
0
0
FedFlix
by Mine Safety and Health Administration
72
0
0
FedFlix
by New Mexico State University
23
0
0